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Most loathsome person of the week: the crown goes to…

Edmond Davari is launching a new Cuban street food business

...British restauranteur Edmond Davari, of Plymouth, who has begun to serve Cuban food in the south-west of England.

Apparently, Mr. Davari is an unrepentant bigot and old-fashioned British imperialist who considers the Cuban people far inferior to himself, and assumes that they are incapable of enjoying the same rights and privileges as Europeans.

Mr Davari had this to say when asked why he had turned to Cuban cuisine:

“I have been to Cuba a number of times and Fidel Castro is my hero. I’m really interested in Cuban music and culture and I’ve been waiting for the right time to launch this concept.”

Advice for Mr. Davari, who previously ran a chain of restaurants with over 100 employees, but went bankrupt:  if you want to avoid a second bankruptcy, stay in Plymouth, where your hero and his cohorts won't tax your timbiriche out of existence.

Oh... and also.... vete pa'l carajo, cabron....*&^%$#@!

Whole story HERE.

1 comment to Most loathsome person of the week: the crown goes to…

  • asombra

    He can take a number and get in line, and it's a very long line. Crassly opportunistic assholes are always plentiful. His surname and appearance suggest a Middle Eastern or Indian origin. Davari is a known surname in Iran, for one, as well as India.